Mufti Sajid Attari, a respected figure in the sphere of Islamic jurisprudence or Fiqh, has dedicated himself to the deep understanding and teaching of this intricate discipline.

His educational journey began with the comprehensive Dars-e-Nizami scholar program, followed by a specialized course in Fiqh. These academic pursuits honed his proficiency in Hanafi jurisprudence, specifically in the areas of pedagogy and fatwa drafting. In conjunction with his religious education, Mufti Sajid Attari completed his matriculation in science during the Dars-e-Nizami course and later went on to achieve FA, BA, and MA qualifications, reflecting his broad-based learning.

After completing his religious studies, he was promptly selected by the esteemed Darul-Ifta Ahle Sunnat of Dawat-e-Islami. For the past decade, he has been consistently providing scholarly fatwas and authoring numerous research papers on various subjects. His intellectual contributions also extend to the writing of several Arabic and Urdu books, with some already published and others awaiting publication. Besides his prolific writing, Mufti Sajid Attari is deeply committed to teaching. He provides advanced instruction in Fiqh and serves as a distinguished lecturer and Head of Department for the Specialization in Islamic Finance course.

His leadership role also involves guiding the specializations of Fiqh ul Iqtisadiyaat (Economic Jurisprudence) and Fiqh ul Halal (Jurisprudence of Halal). These specializations form integral parts of the broader domain of Takhasus fil Fiqh (Specialization in Jurisprudence). Beyond his local influence, Mufti Sajid Attari has extended his educational initiatives to countries like the UK and Nepal. Each year, he organizes seminars and public lectures on a variety of academic and Shariah topics, including fasting, Zakat, Hajj, partnership, and interest. His extensive knowledge and eloquent oration continue to inspire and enlighten audiences both at home and abroad.

Gohar Mustafa Madani

(Ask-Mufti Scholar, Admin & Translator team leader)

Gohar Mustafa Madani is an emerging scholar. He is supporting Ask-Mufti as an Admin and leading our translation team. Graduated from the Dars e Nazami program at Jamia-tul-Madina in Bradford. Currently serving as an Imam at Faizan e Madina Rochdale, teaching Dars e Nazami at Jamia Tul Madina Rochdale and a presenter on Madani Channel English.

Tabaruk Raza Madani

(Ask-Mufti Scholar and admin)

Tabaruk Raza Madani, serving as both an Ask-Mufti Scholar and Admin, hails from Gujrat, Pakistan. Tabaruk’s passion for Islamic teachings led him to complete his Dars Nizami program at Jamia-tul-Madina in Gujrat and a specialization in Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh) and Islamic economics at Jamia-tul-Madina in Johar Town, Lahore. He further augmented his intellect with an M.A in Islamic Studies from Punjab University.

Mohammad Arif Raza

(Ask-Mufti Scholar)

Mohammad Arif Raza, our Ask-Mufti Scholar, hails from Chhapra, Bihar, India. With his Dars-e-Nizami education from Jamia-tul-Madina in Gopiganj, Banaras, and Nepalgunj, Nepal, Arif has advanced his Fiqh studies at Jamia-tul-Madina, Nagpur. He currently teaches at a specialized Jamia-tul-Madina in Nagpur, following tenures in Siwan and Akola.

Mohammad Tayyab Raza

(Ask-Mufti Scholar)

Mohammad Tayyab Raza, an AskMufti Scholar, is based in Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh. Tayyab pursued his Dars-e-Nizami education from Darul Uloom Gausia Pilibhit and Jamia Tur Raza Bareilly Shareef, followed by an advanced specialization in Fiqh at Jamia-tul-Madina, Nagpur. He is currently teaching at Jamia-tul-Madina Shahjahanpur.

Arslan Raza

(Ask-Mufti Scholar)

Arslan Raza, based in Lahore, plays an instrumental role as an Ask-Mufti Scholar. A graduate of Dars-e-Nazami, Arslan specialized further in Islamic Jurisprudence and Islamic finance at Jamia-tul-Madina in Johar Town, Lahore. Currently, he is preparing for his CSS examination.

Muhammad Arslan Ghous Attari

(Ask-Mufti Admin and Translator)

Muhammad Arslan Ghous Attari serves as an Ask-Mufti Admin and Translator. He is currently studying MBChB Medicine at The University of Manchester, scheduled to graduate in 2024.

Abu Labeeb Habeeb Madani

(Ask-Mufti Admin and Translator)

Abu Labeeb Habeeb Madani is our Ask-Mufti Admin and Translator. Born and raised in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Habeeb graduated from the Alimiyah program at Jamia-tul-Madina in Bradford. Having served as a Madani Channel English lecturer and prison chaplain, Habeeb is currently an Imam at Jamia Masjid Sultania in Doncaster.

Mohammad Ikram Attari Madani

(Ask-Mufti Admin and Translator)

Mohammad Ikram Attari Madani, a graduate from Jamia-tul-Madina Bradford, now extends his knowledge and experience by teaching at Jamia-tul-Madina Bolton. He diligently serves as an Ask-Mufti Admin and Translator.

Muhammad Shaheer Attari

(Ask-Mufti Translator)

Muhammad Shaheer Attari holds the role of an Ask-Mufti Translator. A BSC computer science graduate, Shaheer has been a devoted Attari since childhood and continuously strives to learn and share the knowledge of Deen.

Aqib Attari

(Ask-Mufti Translator)

Aqib Attari serves as an Ask-Mufti Translator. A UK native, Aqib is in his 5th year of Dar-e-Nizami studies at Jamia-tul-Madina, with plans for further studies after graduation.